Scott to remain a Terrier
By Rob Lancaster
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Scott was the club's reserve team Player of the Year last season and is glad to have been offered the chance to stay at the McAlpine Stadium.
"It was a worrying time towards the end of last season with the situation the club was in," Scott told the club's website.
"I went on holiday and was bracing myself to come back and have to start looking for another club, so I was pleased to get an offer from Town."
The player was also looking forward to helping the Yorkshire club bounce back from relegation last term.
"It's a big task but we will hopefully bounce straight back up.
"We still have some quality players at the club from last season and it's an exciting prospect with new additions to the squad."
Scott was the second player from a list of six to agree terms with The Terriers following goalkeeper Phil Senior, who put pen-to-paper on a new contract last week
Nat Brown, Adie Moses and Chris Holland are all mulling over one-year offers while top scorer Martin Smith (pictured) has been offered a two-year deal.